Logo of the farmers market

We welcome the best of local farmers, growers, makers and bakers at the Niagara Falls Farmers’ Market. The market will also routinely host a whole range of children's activities, community initiatives, musicians, and other entertainers.

The Market will now begin its 2023 season at the MacBain Community Center (same location as previous year) on the 20th of May 2023. Address: 7150 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 3N3

Later, the market will move to its original newly built location at The Exchange on the 29th of July 2023 (subject to review) where it will remain for the remainder of the season and beyond. Address: 5943 Sylvia Place, Niagara Falls, ON, L2G 1S9

Market hours are - Every Saturday from 7 am to 1 pm


*The vendor application process in now closed*


Musicians at the Market

We are excited to getting back to music at the market in 2023.  We are looking for solo, acoustic artists to give us that morning atmosphere that we have missed in the past.  Should you be interested.  Please fill out or Musicians IFC (Interest for Consideration) Database to let us know what you do.  We will use this database to build our 2023 season and beyond.

Here we grow!


The Exchange logo

Artist's rendition of the inside of the new Exchange Market Hall

The City of Niagara Falls is currently building a brand new home for our Farmers’ Market to operate year round with even more vendors! “The Exchange” will be the new home of the Niagara Falls Farmers’ Market. This development will also become a vibrant centre of activity in the community by providing shared spaces where artists, musicians, food vendors and patrons, and local businesses can come together and create. Located in the historic Main and Ferry district, it will include a large culture and market hall, café, artist studios, creative workshop and public washrooms surrounded by two multi-functional civic plazas that interconnect the flanking streets. The Market Hall, which will house our regularly scheduled Farmers’ Market, will be a space for other events that include music, theatre, lectures and other weekend markets.